Dan Mendes

Salvaged Wood Stools Made From Pieces of Thomas Edison's Factory

by , 06/02/11

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Finding their roots in America’s heartland, these elegant limited-edition accent pieces are made from salvaged wood reclaimed from Thomas Edison’s old phonograph factory in New London, Wisconsin. Each piece is individually hand-shaped and finished by master craftsmen, and they can be used as stools or end tables. They’re available from Room&Board in a variety of styles, but as with all limited-edition pieces, quantities won’t last for long.

+ Room&Board $279-349

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